Our Afternoon Homeschool Routine


Hi everyone! After we posted our Morning Homeschool Routine, we had several requests for more details into our afternoon homeschool routine, so today I’ll be sharing what we do on an average homeschooling afternoon and into the evening! We do the majority of our academic homeschooling in the morning time and then save the fun stuff for our afternoons. That…

November 2018 Monthly Meal Plan


Hi friends! It’s time for the November Monthly Meal Plan! It actually snowed today, so I’m starting to feel all of those winter vibes which means it’s time for warm and yummy comfort food!   So let’s see what we have in store for November shall we? If you’ve never downloaded them, my monthly meal plans include breakfast, lunch, dinner…

2019 Great Homeschool Conventions


One of my favorite things to do for encouragement is to attend homeschooling conferences and one of my favorite’s is the Great Homeschool Conventions! All across the country, families can travel to attend one of their seven, huge regional conventions! Some moms gather friends and make it a fun, getaway weekend.   2019 – GHC Regional Homeschool Convention Dates: TEXAS…

Our Morning Homeschool Routine


Hi everyone! We’ve had a lot of requests for our morning homeschool routine, so today I’ll be sharing what we do on an average homeschooling morning! For the most part I like to keep our mornings fairly simple and to the point. There’s not a lot of time to waste on messing around, so we just get up and get…

6th Grade Reading List


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 6th Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading! Most sixth grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger trace…

Knit Sewing Supply Caddy Tutorial


Hi everyone! I have a super fun and easy project tutorial for you today! I’ll be showing you how to make this cute knitting and sewing supply caddy! I really needed something that would house my most commonly used supplies that I can throw in my knit bags so I have my basics with me, and so I made up…

5th Grade Reading list


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 5th Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading! Most fifth grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger trace…

How to Make a Rag Quilt 2


Hi everyone! I had such a great response from my original How to Make a Rag Quilt tutorial that I thought I would do another one, this time with a fun twist! Pinwheels! Watch my How to Make a Pinwheel Rag Quilt video tutorial here:   Download the Pinwheel Rag Quilt PDF Instructions here. I used all flannel for this…

Painting, Turtles & Robot Vacuums! Vlog 17


Hi everyone! I hope you’re enjoying our vlogs! I don’t always post them here on the blog, but if you want to keep up with some of our antics make sure to follow me on YouTube and you won’t miss out. I’m also doing short stories daily on Instagram as well, so follow us there to see what we’re doing!…

4th Grade Reading List


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 4th Grade Reading List with you! These book lists are not only educational, but the perfect way to encourage your student to enjoy reading! Most fourth grade students should be reading fairly well at this stage. If you still have a struggling reader, I suggest reading aloud with them often while they finger trace…